Exploring Welfare Bricolage in Europe’s Superdiverse Neighbourhoods


AcknowledgementsSuperdiversity: a new era?Conceptualisations of superdiversitySuperdiversity and the importance of spaceSuperdiversity, policy and welfareProblems with superdiversity?Structure of the bookSuperdiversity and welfare deliveryWelfare regimesCriticisms of welfare regimesLocal welfare regimes and servicesDiversity in welfare regimesThe advent of diversity and the w elfare stateMulticultural welfare policyPost-multiculturalismCritical social policy and superdiversityLowering the costs of welfareFacilitating social controlTowards a critical social policy for an era of superdiversityUnderstanding the delivery of health and welfare to diverse populationsHistoryApproaches to providing healthcare to a superdiverse populationBarriers to accessBeyond barrier removal - communication and interpretationCultural competenceCultural mediatorsEmpowermentOutreachCollaboration aiul partnershipEvaluation and monitoringSumming upChallenges of providing healthcare in superdiverse areasBricolageCharacterising the practice of bricolageThe case study countries, neighbourhoods and regimesResearching health and welfare in an era of superdiversityUnderstanding and researching diversity, healthcare and the welfare stateThe emergence of superdiversityResearching superdiversitvThe UPWEB project: designing a superdiverse methodologyHousehold surveyEthical issues of relevance to the studySummaryResidents as bricoleursHealth concerns and resources utilisedPatterns of response to health concernsApproaches to Bricolage: prevalence and ‘bricolage’ typesNo bricolageWithin-system bricolageAdded-to-svstem bricolageAlternative bricolageNo resources usedFactors shaping bricolage tacticsSocio-demographic factors and bricolageMigration related factors and bricolageHealth literacy and bricolageTrust and bricolageAgency and bricolageDeprivation aiul bricolageDiscussionWelfare providers as bricoleurs Meeting diverse need across welfare ecosystemsWelfare ecosystemsLanguage and communicationHealth literacyTrust and discriminationPolicy and the shape of welfare provisionAusterity and povertyRestrictionism and immigration policyRestructuring, marketisation and managerialismHealthcare and welfare providers as bricoleursCommunicationCollaborationReaching out and bringing inInnovationBuilding trust and empowering usersBending the rulesDiscussionThe advent of superdiversityWelfare state policies: problems and shortcomingsRacism in the welfare stateTowards a critical social policy in an era of superdiversityImagining practice for an era of superdiversityAppendix
 
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